Great conference, see Tweets at #sedaconf. Particularly enjoyed Mark Glynn’s keynote, David Killick’s workshop, and Michelle Morgan’s keynote. The slides for my workshop on 14th November are here:
SEDA-ws-2019-w.pptx (698 downloads)
. Great emergent outcomes post-its, downloadable from this link:
Emergent-learning-outcomes-from-workshop-w.docx (600 downloads)
Here are my keynote slides from 15th November,
SEDA-keynote-2019-w.pptx (631 downloads)
with a couple of pictures added. Your postcard replies to ‘one thing I’m going to do, as a direct result of being at this conference…’ are transcribed below as a download:
SEDA-keynote-postcard-data-w.docx (562 downloads)
What an exciting list.
Happy October to you.
I’m pleased to say that the 5th edition of the Toolkit is now available – well done everyone at Routledge who have helped get this done ahead of schedule.
They’ve also done a flyer for the book, with 20% discount for anyone ordering a copy online, using the code at the bottom of page 1 of the flyer, which you can download here:
The-Lecturers-Toolkit-Flyer-1.pdf (1055 downloads)
I’m enjoying my retirement now – but am still popping up occasionally for ‘specials’, for example at Plymouth College of Art (related resources are here:
plymouth-college-of-art-w.pptx (375 downloads)
UKPSF-grid-latest-March-2019.docx (360 downloads)
UKPSF-recognition-slides-w5-July-2019-1.pptx (282 downloads)
and Heriot Watt University this month
Heriot-Watt-Keynote-on-bringing-your-teaching-to-life-f.pptx (550 downloads)
, and at the SEDA Conference in Leeds next month, and on the #LTHEchat tweetchat on some Wednesday nights at 800-9.00 pm.
Working with Sally today, on getting HEA Fellowships. The slides we are both using are here:
UKPSF-recognition-slides-w.pptx (430 downloads)
We will be here again tomorrow, and Sally will run a session on small group learning, and I’ll run one on making learning happen in larger groups – the slides will appear here.
RAU-2019-w.pptx (579 downloads)
It was great working with such an enthusiastic large group this morning. Thanks for all the Tweets, and for diving into all the exercises and challenges I set you. The main slides from my ‘Towards Outstanding Learning’ session are here – I’ve added a few slides on ‘towards assessment as learning’ including a slide with a link to Royce Sadler’s MOOC interview, where he talks convincingly about letting students find out about standards.
SHU-July-2019-ww.pptx (533 downloads)
Here too are the slides I used for my session with 6 of you on learning outcomes:
SHU-ws-2019-1.pptx (328 downloads)
You may like to look at the post below this one, for the workshop products which a large group of staff made at Leeds Beckett.
Here are the main slides which I used yesterday.
DEAP-2019-w.pptx (391 downloads)
Thanks for being such an enthusiastic group. I have now transcribed the post-its – what an interesting and mixed example of the ‘learning incomes’ you brought to the workshop – thanks. .
prod1.docx (328 downloads)
Sorry, but I forgot to give out the handout material I had prepared for you, but if you signed in I am assured they will pop a copy in the internal mail to you before long.
I’ve also added Robert Nelson’s piece that I mentioned.
Robert-Nelson-THE-learning-outcomes-piece.docx (597 downloads)
I’ve been added to the very distinguished group of people holding the LTHEchat ‘Golden Tweeter’ award, along with @ProfSallyBrown! I’m accompanying her for 10 days in Manchester, (day 1 of the Assessment in Higher Education Conference), Leeds, Segovia (Spain) and York, and doing the odd bit of work in my retirement, including ‘Beyond the Tyranny of Learning Outcomes?’ on Thursday 27th June at Leeds Beckett University, where Professor Sue Smith will be giving her inaugural professorial lecture.
Full details of our trip can be seen at https://sally-brown.net/2019/06/23/preeminent-conference-promoting-professorships-prompting-publications-and-perpetual-motion
Thank you for being such a great and welcoming audience for my keynote this morning. I really enjoyed my visit, and learning a lot about some of the great things you are doing there. Here are my main slides:
UCC-June-2019-w.pptx (391 downloads)
I’m having a great time at the EYFE Conference in Cork, Ireland. Over 400 delegates here from 21 countries, from New Zealand to Finland.
Here are the main slides I used at my pre-conference workshop on ‘Helping students to take charge of their learning’ this morning, with 40 or so participants present.
EFYE-June-2019-w.pptx (355 downloads)
Here also is the Word file of the learning checklist we played with:
learning-grid-2019-v1.docx (275 downloads)
I’ll edit and post the workshop ‘learning incomes’ later. Already having great discussions. (And I’m retired!).
Great to be with you in Lincoln on the first day of my retirement.
Here are the main slides from the little session I added to the day.
Lincoln-June-2019-w.pptx (471 downloads)
Glad to say we got home to Newcastle in time to join in to most of the #lthechat tonight.
Here are the slides I used for my session on ‘Helping students to take charge of their learning’ on Wednesday, and Word files of the two handout grids we used.
learning-grid-2019-Solstice-2019.docx (380 downloads)
Self-care-2019-grid-Solstice-2019.docx (377 downloads)
Solstice-June-2019-w.pptx (307 downloads)
I’ve also transcribed your post-its:
helping-students-to-take-charge-postits.docx (313 downloads)
The complete surprise: Prof Peter Hartley did a great ‘This is your life…’ just for me – the whole works, photos, comments, slides – I was bowled over by folks kindness and generosity to celebrate my retiring on my 75th birthday next week! Many thanks to all! Lots of pictures were Tweeted too on #Solstice2019.